Labor Day Music Festivals 

Labor Day is the perfect time to check out the music festivals that happen across the country. This year, there are over thirty of them! From the Taste of Hudson to the Adirondack Independent Music Festival, there’s sure to be something for every music lover. You can purchase tickets to any of them online or at any venue, including Vivid Seats, which recently received the highest customer satisfaction rating from Newsweek. In addition to ticketing, Vivid Seats offers a 100% Buyer Guarantee and is ranked No. 1 in ticketing by the customer service division in 2020. 

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Michigan Peach Festival 

Michigan Peach Festival begins the Thursday before Labor Day and lasts through Labor Day. Located in the Village of Romeo, Michigan, this event is family-friendly and packed with plenty of fun for the whole family. Besides great beaches, you’ll also find carnival rides, car shows, parades, crafts, and live music. But, of course, the real reason to go to this festival is to celebrate the peach. 

This festival is free for the public. There’s a peach-themed carnival, haystack races, and a peach-themed dog costume contest. Kids can enjoy free face painting, midway games, and a Bloodmobile on site. If you’re looking for a peach-themed snack, there’s a certified organic peach vendor on site! And, if you’re hungry, there are tons of food and drink options. 

The Taste of Hudson 

Whether you’re a music lover or just want to check out the local scene, the Taste of Hudson Labor Day music festival is an excellent option. This event offers a wide array of entertainment to suit any taste. In addition to the live music, food, and a variety of vendors, the festival also features Hail to the Chefs, a gala honoring the culinary expertise of chefs from the Taste of Hudson restaurants. WKYC personality Joe Cronauer will serve as the evening’s emcee and host. Both Laurel Lake Retirement Community and Henning Software have been longtime sponsors of the event. 

This two-day festival is hosted by Akron Children’s Hospital and is one of the largest in Northeast Ohio. In addition to the food, other activities include the fine arts and crafts fair, a wine and beer garden, a family-friendly area, and a race to the Taste 5K. The festival is free to attend, and attendees can purchase pre-loaded dining cards to eat and drink at participating restaurants throughout the weekend. 

Adirondack Independent Music Festival 

Adirondack Independent Music Fest returns to Lake George this Labor Day weekend. The two-day event will feature a lineup of bands, including moe., Pigeons Playing Ping-Pong, and Dopapod. The festival is being held at the Charles R. Wood Festival Commons, and the festival will continue into the weekend. This year, Adirondack is adding a late-night concert for the crowd. 

A festival is a two-day event, featuring touring bands from across the globe. The daytime acts will perform on two stages, while the nighttime Rage Stage will offer music and food from the late-night scene. Guests will also have access to a full bar and food vendors. There is a fee for VIP tickets, but children 12 and under can attend for free. While there is no age limit for general admission, tickets are recommended for those ages 16 and older. 

Rocklahoma 

Taking place on Labor Day Weekend in Pryor, Oklahoma, Rocklahoma will feature headliners like Korn, Five Finger Death Punch, Evanescence, Megadeth, Cypress Hill, and more. The lineup also features hometown favorites such as Jelly Roll and Cypress Hill. Those who are looking to attend should plan to get their tickets early. Tickets go on sale today, with early bird pricing beginning at 10 a.m. CT. Phase 2 pricing will begin at 5 p.m. on June 18th. 

This festival is a celebration of music from across the United States, with bands ranging from rock to jazz to classical to the newest underground sub-genres. This event is a great way to get out and experience music that isn’t available on a radio station. There are plenty of ways to enjoy this festival, including camping or purchasing a VIP package. You can also attend the festival’s kick-off party, which is free and open to all weekend pass holders.